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November 2022, Vol. LXXXIX, Number 9

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Beneath the Rising Tide

THE COST OF INDEPENDENCE IN TOUGH TIMES

By Pieter Vree

The only way we can ride out the uncertainties of this inflationary economy is to appeal to the generosity of our faithful readers for whom we work and write.

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Letters to the Editor: November 2022

Ukraine: A Pawn in the Game... Complacency or Clarity of Thought?... A Dismal Picture... Dobbs: A Tragic Statement... Reality Check... A Power Superior to Man... more

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The News You May Have Missed: November 2022

Pronoun Prisoner... Corpse Composting in California... Final Frontier... Finger-Lickin’ Gross... Honey Coma... A Page from History... and more

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The Variety & Theological Implications of Private Revelations

THE ODD CASE OF ADRIENNE VON SPEYR -- PART II

By Richard E. Gallagher

Evil spirits, often in a very subtle manner, have been far more clever and more destructive of sound spiritual thinking than generally supposed.

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From Shiprock to the Rock

SLOW ROAD TO ROME

By Charlotte Schaengold

A move to New Mexico would eventually lead us into the Catholic Church, thanks to very devout Christian Navajos and to the relentless leading of the Holy Spirit.

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Will There Be Marriage in Heaven?

WHAT GOD HATH JOINED TOGETHER

By Michael V. McIntire

Is the bond of unity of man and wife, created by oath in a sacramental marriage, also a spiritual bond that survives mortal death?

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Are Catholics the New WASPs?

REVERT'S ROSTRUM

By Casey Chalk

For many, Catholicism as a religion has become irrelevant as they have capitulated to secular American culture, as did WASPs in the mainline Protestant denominations.

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Tale of a Troubled Transition

By Mary Brittnacher

The protagonist of Mitre & Crook, Bishop Edmund Forester, determines to take a stand and do what he can to reverse the changes in the Church.

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